PreBiotica Jerusalem artichoke

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PreBiotica JA Inulin is a powdered prebiotic fiber derived from Jerusalem artichoke—also known as sun root or sunchoke. Jerusalem artichoke is a species of sunflower native to central North America. It is cultivated widely across the temperate zone for its inulin rich tuber. When it comes to prebiotics, chain length and the degree of polymerization are the differentiators of terminology—with inulin having a slightly higher DP. Fructooligosaccharide [FOS] is referred to as inulin if the average fructan chain length is 6 or above. Studies have shown that PreBiotica JA Inulin may help suppress the growth of pathogenic bacteria.

Because of its chain length and DP, PreBiotica JA Inulin is ideal for use in formulations in which inulin contributes to sugar replacement—it can also be used as a fat mimetic and has been heralded for its role in suppressing defects caused by fat reduction in fermented meat products. Along with its numerous health benefits, this non-digestible carbohydrate delivers just 1 calorie per gram.

PreBiotica JA Inulin can act as a sweetness modulator when used in conjunction with high intensity sweeteners like stevia and monk fruit—this blend creates a sweetening solution with a neutral flavor profile that can be used as a plug-and-play replacement for sugar. PreBiotica JA Inulin is non-GMO, kosher. Because our PreBiotica JA Inulin is derived without the use of chemicals, it can be used to support a clean label claim.

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